Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Tiso Blackstar LSE:TBGR London Ordinary Share GB00BF37LF46 ORD EUR0.76
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 56.00p 53.50p 58.50p 56.00p 54.75p 56.00p 20 11:00:09
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 19.7 -33.8 -15.8 - 150.24

Tiso Blackstar Share Discussion Threads

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20/3/2017
15:40
From today's interims, which take a bit of digesting, it seems to me they're going in the direction ST indicates but a bit slower. Nevertheless a 20% divi increase plus a special divi once KTH sale completes in May are both signs of confidence. No mention of their Malta office relocation to London or a main market listing although they are raising the status of their za listing. Hopefully ST will do a follow up on them.
paleje
21/2/2017
14:12
Interesting play on a discounted asset.
davebowler
06/2/2017
14:49
Simon Thompson included these in his Bargain Shares 2017 last week, amongst other things he says:- "...So, assuming disposals are achieved in line with the asking price, Tiso Blackstar will have a near £95m war chest available for new investments, as well as owning TMG outright. And there is clear value on offer here because TMG is valued in Tiso Blackstar’s latest accounts at £117m based on current exchange rates. However, with Tiso Blackstar’s market capitalisation of £146m a third below its spot NAV of £210m, then the implied value of the TMG investment is only £51m after factoring in a likely cash pile of £95m after all the asset sales go through. Given that TMG earned cash profit of £23.5m in its last financial year, then it’s effectively being attributed a valuation of just two times cash profit in Tiso Blackstar’s market capitalisation. And that low rating will become obvious for all to see when the company reports its next set of results for the half year to the end of December 2016. Also, there is a stark valuation anomaly with other listed African peers including Nairobi-listed Nation Media (NAI:NMG) and Johannesburg-listed Caxton and CTP Publishers (SJ:CAT), which are both rated on between 10 and 11 times post-tax earnings.." http://tinyurl.com/hz2xgs6 Also says their move of reg office to London and eyeing a main market listing likely to put them on the radar of many.
paleje
21/12/2016
00:57
There are some fund flows into s.africa plus buybacks https://www.trustnet.com/Investments/SectorPerf.aspx?univ=B&SP_sortedColumn=PerformanceCurPerf.P1m&SP_sortedDirection=Desc
luckymouse
27/11/2016
18:26
Just popped in to say hello. Thanks Lucky Mouse for setting up this thread. Any reason for the rise ?
poco a poco
30/9/2016
18:20
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